Undergraduate Literature Courses and First-Year Seminars
Cristina teaches as an Assistant Professor in the English Department at UVA. Her courses span nineteenth-century literature, gothic fiction, history and theory of the novel, and gender and sexuality studies.
Natsuko Rohde joined the CLA team in April of 2017.
I specialize in the economic and legal history of the Indian Ocean and Islamic world.
Derrick P. Alridge, a former middle and high school social studies and history teacher, serves as the Philip J. Gibson Professor of Education and an affiliate faculty member in the Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies.
I enjoy teaching courses in Victorian fiction, women writers, Gothic, narrative theory, auto/biography, travel, and other topics, uniting my research interests and willingness to adapt technology in the classroom with my insistence on critical and writing skills.
Co-Director, Religion, Race & Democracy Lab
His work concentrates in Latin poetry, particularly its religious background and affinities with Hellenistic poetics.
Research Interests: Education and public outreach, ISM, UV and radio astronomy
Ricardo Padrón is a Professor of Spanish who studies the literature and culture of the early modern Hispanic world, particularly questions of empire, space, and cartography.
Professor Pellón’s major fields of teaching and research are the contemporary novel in Latin America, literary theory, and translation.
Lisa Reilly is a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, London and has worked extensively in the United Kingdom.
Marc Selverstone is an associate professor in Presidential Studies at the Miller Center and chair of the Center’s Presidential Recordings Program.
Recipient of the 2003 Larry Metcalf Exemplary Dissertation Award of the National Council for the Social Studies for “Deborah Partridge Wolfe’s Contributions to Social Education.” (Fall 2003)